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, they ought to fix it. >> texas governor rick perry also failed to get enough signatures to appear on the ballot. that means mitt romney and ron paul will be the only republican options for voters when they heado the polls on march 6th. >>> it is now 5:09. 44 degrees. a tragic story out of texas, seven people found shot to death on christmas morning. what authorities say the victims were it's the perfect time to find great deals on the 4g lte devices you love. like the droid bionic by motorola for $199.99. or the pantech breakout for $49.99. our lowest price ever. get the technology you love, on the network you deserve. and for a limited time, get twice the data for the same low price. verizon. >>> welcome back to weather and traffic on the ones. time now is 5:11. this is the kind of morning where you want to grab your favorite fleece jacket and butt it on. we're at 46 degrees, not too chilly. but with the wind blowing, you want to grab something to stay a little warmer. adams morgan at 46. aspen hill at 43 degrees. a few clouds have been drifting through the area. all in all, toda
ballot. and the preliminary hearing has been set in texas, governor perry's lawsuit in virginia. perry had tried to file an emergency motion to stop the state from printing ballots without his name on it, but the judge denied it. perry argues that virginia's ballot requirements are, quote, overly burdensome and unconstitutional and that they prevented him from collecting the necessary signatures. >> with the iowa caucuses just four days away, mitt romney is focusing on the state he has ignored most of his campaign. romney, who has stayed away from iowa until now, is now storming the state. the change in strategy comes with rising poll numbers, placing him as a front-runner in the first contest in the country, and now romney is claiming that iowans may ultimately determine who wins the nomination. >> so look at the candidates, decide who you like, and decide who also can become president and can lead the country at a time of challenge. >> ron paul is likely to challenge romney for first, but rick santorum has also surged recently, especially among social conservatives. >>> governor bob
to decision 2012, where rick perry is still fighting to get on virginia's primary ballot. the texas governor has filed a lawsuit in federal court in an attempt to get his name on the ballot for march's primary. perry failed to get the 10,000 signatures required. perry's spokesperson told reporters virginiians should be able to choose among all the candidates and that the state's signature requirement is unrealistic. virginia is one of the states holding their primary or caucus on super tuesday, march 6th. >>> meanwhile, newt gingrich tries to grab last minute votes before the iowa caucus. the former house speaker traveled all over the hawkeye state yesterday, including visiting a rotary club in dubuque. he continually bashed mitt romney, calling him a massachusetts moderate. and saying, while he's a good businessman, he's not a true conservative like former president ronald reagan. >> and one of the major differences i have with governor romney, who is a fine person. i have said constantly he's a good manager. he's a competent person. he did very, very well with the winter olympics. but ther
ballot. the texas governor filed an emergency motion yesterday allowing a federal judge to allow his name so be on the ballot in march. perry has filed a lawsuit against the elections board saying they shouldn't be loud to enforce the state's requirement for 10,000 signature toes appear on the ballot. perry's campaign failed to gather the 10,000 signatures. >>> occupy des moines protesters are ramping up their demonstrations before the iowa caucus. police arrested ten protesters outside of mitt romney's headquarters. they backed on windows as romney staffers locked the doors. the protesters demanded romney release tax rurnls and called for all the candidates to return donations they received from big banks. the protesters who have been camping out in freedom plaza will stay through the end of february. the national park service issued a new permit through february 28th. the group is now calling itself occupy d.c. the group says it's protesting corporate greed. an artist who is starving himself has his three weeks. he says he's lost 25 pounds. doctors have told him there is some stress in
southern new mexico all the way down to el paso, texas. there may be flight delays there too. up and down the western seaboard, does look like from seattle and vancouver all the way down to los angeles. pretty good weather although they're getting a little rain in seattle. there might be minor flight delays there. for your day planner for this friday, if you're traveling and getting out of town, the pavement may be drying as the morning progresses. gusty wind out of the north and west gusting to around 30 miles an hour. temperatures low to mid-50s middle of the day and dropping to 40 by midnight as we clear out. near 30 by dawn on saturday. christmas day looking better. partly sunny. afternoon highs mid-40s. cold weather all the way into next week. small chance of rain on tuesday. danella, how's traffic? >> good morning. >>> if you're traveling in d.c., you have to be careful in northwest. traveling in northwest on "g" street, your closure is at 11th street due to a blown transformer. pepco is working to repair that right now. for now your streets are closed. if you're taking new york ave
amarillo, texas, all the way to albuquerque, new mexico's border. things were nearly worse for 100 people who needed to be rescued in the texas panhandle after getting stranded in blizzard conditions. several inches of snow have already blanketed states from new mexico up to kansas. >>> tonight marks the first night of hanukkah. the national hanukkah memorial will be lit during a ceremony on the ellipse that begins at 4:00 this afternoon. after the ceremony, traditional potato pancakes and doughnuts will be given out. traditional menorrah kits will be given out. the official menorrah will be lit. it's 32 feet tall. hanukkah is the festival of lights, and it lasts six nights. >>> maryland gambling to raise money at progressive, you can bundle your home and auto policies and save. don't worry, tiny people. flo is a gentle giant. bundle home and auto at progressive.com. >>> 5:10 is our time. right now we have 50 degrees -- 49 degrees. excuse me. >> either way it doesn't feel too bad outside. definitely better than yesterday. >> doesn't feel like winter. here's tom. >>> we don't have any snow
snow in parts of illinois to missouri, kansas, oklahoma, and even north texas, where temperatures are down to 7 degrees in amarillo, texas. unbelievable. very cold air there. and it's going to be getting closer to us tomorrow night. and right now, though, we are getting some rain, some scattered light showers across eastern west virginia, parts of northern virginia, loudoun into fauquier, prince william and fairfax counties. farther to the north across the potomac, getting a few sprinkles into montgomery and frederick and howard counties. temperatures are mild. we're in the 50s from the mountains to the atlantic beaches. throughout the day today, occasional showers. sunrise at 7:17. we'll have a mild afternoon, low to mid-60s. more rain tonight. a look at the evening planner in ten minutes. eun and joe? >> thank you. >>> right now crews are making progress cleaning up a tanker truck accident in bowie. the southbound lanes on route 3 just opened. the northbound lanes are still shut down at route 450. news 4's megan mcgrath is live on the scene with details. good morning, megan. >>
to do. i said somebody's got to be missing this. >> the casino eventually gave him the name of a texas man who reported losing the same amount of money. gilbert found him and returned the $10,000. good for him. >> i love the sound bite. somebody's got to be missing this. well, yeah. if i lose $1, i'm like, oh, my gosh. where's my buck? >> if you carry around $10,000 cash, you think you'd hold on to it a little more carefully. we're glad it has a happy ending. good for him for returning the money. >> speak of happy news, 'tis the season, right? a month old polar bear cub in denmark opens his eyes for the very first time. >> get ready to say aw. it is all cut on camera. check out the first pictures of the cub getting his first look at the world. seku is being raised by humans because his mother did not produce enough milk to feed him. a video posted on youtube last week shows him rolling around on the table, trying to stand up. and the video has had more than 42,000 hits. and after this, it's going to have a whole lot more. >> look. he looks like the big polar bear from the coca-cola com
to reassign federal workers who did not agree with his policies. the texas governor said he would reassign them to some god awful place. federal worker labor unions are furious with perry saying federal employees help out in many ways, including patrolling the border and staffing veteran affairs hospitals. >>> religion why is broadcaster pot robertson says herman cain should drop out of the race, the amgzs of an affair and sexual misconduct are too much for cain to overcome. he took a swipe at the former pizza ceo saying he was good at making pizzas, but was in over his head. cain says he will make a decision on his campaign after he meets with his wife tomorrow and discusses the allegations. >>> there is a new rasmussen poll out this morning. 32% is the lead for newt gingerich over mitt romney in iowa. he leads the president, as well. last week, mr. obama led gingerich by 6%. romney still holds the advantage in new hampshire 10 points ahead of gingerich now. >> but first, a federal lawsuit has been filed in the penn state sexual abuse scandal. a man filed a lawsuit against jerry sandusky,
pipeline, a very controversial pipeline from canada to texas. president obama has already said, if the pipeline addition is in the bill, he will veto it no matter what. >>> iran is now showing video of the u.s. drone that went down earlier this week. the drone shown on state tv did not appear to have any damage. some experts believe it may be a mock-up. the drone appeared to be part of a cia reconnaissance mission when it came down on saturday. iran claims they brought the drone down. >>> now, only newt gingrich and rick santorum will take part in a debate to be moderated by donald trump. rick perry and michele bachmann have joined the other candidates in declining the so-called trump debate. several republican leaders have urged candidates to skip the debate over concern it would be a media circus and a distraction from important issues. all of the candidates will take part in tomorrow night's debate in iowa. and with the iowa caucuses less than four weeks away, mitt romney supporters are launching a new tv ad aimed at front-runner newt gingrich. >> why is this man smiling? be
this afternoon in parts of new mexico, texas, oklahoma, kansas, and colorado. the storm could leave up to 18 inches of snow in some parts of the country. forecasters say the storm will linger in the plains through tomorrow afternoon then head right for the northeast. wow. >> will it hit us? that's the question. >> big question. >> the key word was the northeast. >> right. but we could be seeing some rain as a result? >> does look like for us it's going to be a rain system on wednesday. during the week, it's going to be turning colder. between now and then, we'll be warming up. good morning. i'm meteorologist tom kierein starting off this monday morning cold under a clear sky. reagan national at 29 degrees. we've got a very gentle breeze out of the south/southwest, and it is rather dry. you need your skin lotion. we'll have this dry condition continue throughout the rest of the day today. it will start turning more humid by later tonight and into tomorrow. and the temperatures, yes, we're not alone. elsewhere, it's down into the low and mid-20s throughout much of virginia, west virginia, and
. this is not texas. this is the wild horse and cattle country in northern montgomery county. we had quite a bit of fog yesterday morning. if you do have an interesting photo, weather or nature-wise, send it to nbcwashington.com. let's take a look at the temperatures. it's rather chilly. it's above freezing. we're generally in the mid and upper 30s from the blue ridge to the bay and eastern shore. near 40 -- near mid-40s right near the bay and the northern neck where there is some of this dense fog. it includes baltimore, anne arundel, calvert, st. mary's, northern neck, eastern shore. this is in effect until 9:00 this morning. many locations have visibilities under a quarter mile. we have high clouds drifting over the region. they'll be with us off and on through the morning hours. rain in this area in green and yellow. ohio into indiana and kentucky advancing to the east. sunrise at 7:11. we'll have maybe a little sun through the fog. we'll have temperatures climbing to upper 50s near 60 by middle of the afternoon. then a cloudy and mild evening in the 50s. our sunset at 4:46. by dawn tomorrow
with ice, with snow packed on top. up to ten inches of snow fell across kansas, new mexico, and the texas panhandle. they're just getting pounded. >> they really are getting pounded and slipping and sliding out towards 5:21. here's tom with a look at our weather. tom? >>> that same storm is coming our way, but it's coming into warmer air sochlt it. so it's going to be in the form of rain here. we're seeing a few sprinkles in the metro area to the south and east of washington. we're getting a few sprinkles from the central bay to southern anne arundel, northern calvert, southern fairfax and southern prince william county throughout much of stafford and spotsylvania getting a few sprinkles. in loudoun county, warren, clark, and frederick county, west virginia, panhandle of west virginia and western maryland getting a few sprinkles as well. we'll have them with us from time to time. passing light rain. we're in the mid-40s to 50 in the suburbs and rural areas. little chilly, shenandoah valley into the mountains in the low 40s. low to mid-50s in southern maryland now. here's your day planner.
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